Skip to Content

Quarantine-free travel between the US and Europe has moved a step closer with the announcement that Delta Airlines has begun a COVID-19 testing program on its flights between Atlanta and Rome. In a press release on November 26 the US airline explained that it had developed a rigorous COVID-19 testing regime, with assistance from the …

Read More about Delta Airlines Offering Quarantine Free Travel Between U.S. and Italy

The US government is reportedly considering removing the ban on international visitors from Europe and Brazil, potentially opening the door for tourists from these countries to return for the first time since March. Discussions between the federal government, public health agencies and airlines have resulted in widespread official backing for the move, which still requires …

Read More about U.S. Considers Lifting Ban On European Travelers

Turkey is seeing a number of new lockdown rules, curfews and other regulations as the nation deals with a second wave of cases throughout the country. While Turkey’s rules are not as heavy-handed as some in the area, like Greece for example that requires a text message to be sent to authorities before leaving the …

Read More about Turkey Goes Into Partial Lockdown – What It Means For Travelers

Ireland – a country known for its enchanting beauty, timeless adventure, unique culture, and of course… historic castles and Guiness beer just to name a few.  Ireland started reopening on July 21, 2020, but has changed entry requirements and rules a few times as Europe adapts to surges of the pandemic.  Here you’ll find all …

Read More about Ireland’s Covid-19 Entry Requirements

Hungary will remain closed for tourism for another 30 days, until at least November 1, 2020. Last month on September 1st, Hungary suddenly re-closed their borders after being open to tourism for three months. A sudden surge in cases brought the government to make a quick and unexpected decision to re-seal the borders to most …

Read More about Hungary Keeps Borders Closed For Another 30 Days

Critical update October 21: Canada has officially been removed from the EU’s ‘safe list’, effective immediately.  Now that Canada has been removed from the EU’s ‘safe’ list, Canadian travellers must remember that ALL nations within the EU are permitted to follow the suggestion made by the EU council, or decline to make the changes. Essentially, …

Read More about Can Canadians Travel To Europe?

Ukraine is shutting its borders for all tourism and foreign arrivals from August 29 to at least September 28, to help curb rising cases throughout the nation. Passengers in subway trains ride in protective masks in accordance with the requirements of health measures. “In order to prevent the second wave of COVID-19 in Ukraine, the …

Read More about Ukraine Closes Borders To All Tourists After Surge in Cases

When the EU shut its borders on March 17, many bi-national couples found themselves instantly cut-off from seeing each other, suddenly separated by travel bans. While there have been exceptions in place for married spouses, lovers who are not yet married have been forced apart.  As weeks and months went on and the entry ban …

Read More about EU Countries Allowing Un-Married Couples To Reunite – Here’s How

Lithuania lifted their 3-month long quarantine on June 16 and has been slowly reopening the country for tourism. Throughout the summer more EU nations and a few selected third-party nations are allowed to enter without restrictions. Now in 2021, tightening restrictions are happening due to a surge of cases across Europe. Up until the pandemic, Lithuania …

Read More about Lithuania Reopening For Tourism – Everything You Need To Know

On July 16, 2020 , the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina lifted travel bans on most countries and started officially reopening the nation for tourism. Now as of mid-2021, entry for tourism is easier.  Bosnia and Herzegovina is now allowing all countries and passengers to visit, but there are some important entry requirements every traveler …

Read More about Bosnia and Herzegovina Reopening For Tourism Guide

Luxembourg officially reopened for tourism on June 15, 2020. Luxembourg first reopened borders to Germany, Belgium and France, and then extended entry to all EU, EFTA and Schengen nations later in June. Starting July 1, Luxembourg also reopened for select third-party nations as suggest by the EU. Below we have a full list of all …

Read More about Countries Allowed To Travel To Luxembourg

Ireland officially started reopening for tourism on July 21, 2020, by first allowing 15 ‘Green’ nations to enter the country without quarantine. Previous to the new rules in place, Ireland was requiring a mandatory 14-day quarantine for ALL nations entering, with the exception of Northern Ireland. → UPDATE: This news article has not been updated …

Read More about Ireland Reopening For Tourism – Everything You Need To Know